january. topeka, 77, all-time high temperature. and just days later, they slam into brutal air, that gives denver a hit of snow after being in the 60s the day before. it's the slam up against cold weather that has everybody talking and is the big problem right now. look at what you're going to go through in chicago over the next 24 hours. from 60 degrees, dropping by the time we get to wednesday, in the 40s. thursday, in the 20s. friday, 17 degrees. on one side of it, near record-high temperatures. on the other side, near record-low temperatures. that big difference in the nation today is setting up something else. not just slamming from hot to cold. but the possibility we'll have severe severe storms and strong line gusty winds and possibly tornadoes in the hot zone here. look from little rock, to memphis, to jackson. i would take this all the way to eastern texas here. not quite to dallas, as the real possibility of getting tornadoes today. even if you don't get tornadoes today or tomorrow, that cold front travels and travels fast. so, the strong, gusty winds with this. stay up with your abc stations, there will be at least, at the very least, wind damage with the strong storms.